• SU41132 Katalognummer
  • 099925411329 EAN
  • 2CD Format
  • 2012 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Musica Florea | Ensemble Philidor | Musica Aeterna | Boni Pueri | Štryncl, Marek

Dirigent
Stryncl, Marek

Medvirkende
Zdunikowski, Adam | Kiss, Noémi | | ezina, Jaroslav | Procházka, Aleš | Forster, Markus | Hlavenková, Anna

Komponist
Zelenka, Jan Dismas

Ensemble
Musica Florea | Ensemble Philidor | Musica Aeterna | Boni Pueri

Sjanger
Vokal

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

Zelenka:

Sub olea pacis et palma virtutis conspicua orbi regia Bohemiae Corona - 1:34:59
I. Symphonia. Allegro assai - 5:55
II. Prolusio - Chorus. Allegro (Fortitudo mea) - 4:21
III. Prolusio - Aria. Allegro (Haec coeli) - 3:45
IV. Prolusio - Recitativo (Hem! Quoe ista?) - 0:48
V. Prolusio - Aria. Andante (En! Pietatis adamas) - 2:58
VI. Prolusio - Recitativo (Dura certamina) - 0:27
VII. Prolusio - Aria. Allegro (Huc palmas deferte) - 2:54
VIII. Prolusio - Recitativo (Haec summa Gloriae) - 0:45
IX. Prolusio - Aria. Allegro (Augusta domus Austriae) - 2:57
X. Actus I - Aria. Allegro (I, Phoebe, umbras pelle) - 2:35
XI. Actus I - Recitativo (En, en Fidei aemula) - 0:33
XII. Actus I - Aria. Andante (Huc, Virtutes, festinate) - 3:10
13. Actus I - Chorus. Allegro (Eja de sigments) - 1:19
14. Actus I - Recitativo (Eja Peitati) - 0:24
15. Actus I - Aria (Jam calle secundo) - 2:08
16. Actus I - Ritornello. Piu andante - 1:15
17. Actus I - Recitativo (Nunquid non messis tritici est?) - 0:18
18. Actus I - Aria (Meto culmos, lego spicas) - 3:05
I. Actus II - Recitativo (Quicunque glorificaverit me) 0:22
II. Actus II - Aria. Allegro (Angelicae mentes) - 4:54
III. Actus II - Chorus angelorum (En prompti ad mandata) - 2:37
IV. Actus II - Aria. [Adagio] (Ave Deus, ave redite) - 7:32
V. Actus II - Recitativo (Proh! quae aeris inclementia) - 0:51
VI. Actus II - Aria. Andante (Veni, Auster, lux perennis) - 4:47
VII. Actus II - Recitativo (Per me Reges regnant) - 0:34
VIII. Actus II - Aria. Allegro assai (Exurge, Providentia) - 4:13
IX. Actus II - Recitativo (Corona Gloriae in manu Domini) - 0:17
X. Actus II - Aria. Andante (Huc coeli principes) - 7:17
XI. Actus III - Aria. Allegro (Reviresce, effloresce, pacis olea) - 3:01
XII. Actus III - Recitativo (Aptate tympana) - 0:33
13. Actus III - Aria & Chorus (Vive, regna, Ferdinande) - 2:08
14. Actus III - Aria. Allegro (Nova gaudia, nova jubila) - 2:22
15. Actus III - Aria. Allegro (En, duplo sole Czechia) - 5:21
16. Epilogus - Recitativo (Eja! Eja votivi omnia) - 0:30
17. Epilogus - Aria. Allegro (Exsurge Martis Gloria) - 3:21
18. Epilogus - Chorus. Vivace (Vos Oriens adoret) - 4:42

Adam Zdunikowski, Noémi Kiss, Jaroslav Březina, Aleš Procházka, Markus Forster, Anna Hlavenková
Musica Florea, Ensemble Philidor, Musica Aeterna, Boni Pueri - Czech Boys´ Choir
Marek Štryncl

Produktbeskrivelse

The coronation of Charles VI as Czech king in Prague was the event of 1723. Besides the Imperial Kapellmeister J. J. Fux’s monumental opera Costanza e Fortezza, the greatest attention was paid to the melodrama Sub olea pacis, created by Fux’s pupil Jan Dismas Zelenka, who at the time had been doublebassist in the Dresden court orchestra for more than a decade. In a succession of allegories, the composer guides us through the history of the Czech lands and evidences the genealogically founded title of the Habsburg royal couple to the crown of Bohemia, as well as their reign’s benefit for the Czech people.
Owing to its quality, the music clearly eclipses this encomiastic work’s other components. Zelenka ingeniously works with instrumentation and frequently makes effective use of obbligato solo instruments (including the chalumeau). Over 150 performers appeared in the play, among them the thirteen-year-old František Benda. The performance at the Jesuit Klementinum met with a tremendous response among the noble audience and the royal couple alike, while the Jesuits sold over 4,000 (!) printed librettos. The work’s most recent and similarly spectacular staging was at Prague Castle in 2000, performed by leading Czech and other European ensembles. This critically acclaimed recording was made on that very occasion. Prague 1723 – Zelenka’s grandiose music in tribute to the newly crowned Czech king.

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